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Don Bosco Foundation Charity Profile
The Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia (DBFC) is a Non Profit institution of education of the Salesian Congregation of Don Bosco, composed by Salesian religious (priests, brothers and sisters), lay persons and sympathizers of the Salesian work in Cambodia. It was created to support the education of children and youth in need in Cambodia. The DBFC has its headquarters in Phnom Penh and it is both a National and an International NGO. The name, Don Bosco, refers to the founder of the Salesians, Saint John Bosco, the Apostle of the Youth, who opted for the most poor boys and girls of his time (19th century) in Italy. The DBFC in Cambodia was founded on 24th May 1991 as a continuation of the educational works of Don Bosco around the world. Currently, the DBFC has technical schools, literacy centers, scholarship programs for poor children (Don Bosco Children Fund) and food programs for students. The DBFC has built several village schools in the country and it has many other programs, all created for assistance to the most vulnerable children.
Don Bosco Foundation Volunteer Information
Thanks to all benefactors, volunteers, teachers and alunmi, which have been with Don Bosco in Cambodia.
Don Bosco Foundation Donation Information
The Don Bosco Foundation of Cambodia is a non lucrative organization working in Cambodia since 1991 for education of youth and children from poor conditions and at risk. The DBFC has different works in Cambodia and it belongs to the world Salesian Congregation of Don Bosco. The DBFC has more than 45,000 children going to school thanks to the program of Children Fund, more than 20,000 youth have finished a technical level in Don Bosco since 1991 and it has conducted many food programs for children in school in different provinces of Cambodia.